Introducing Thinking Software’s Reliability Monitoring Tool: Pinpoint Software Multi-Threading Issues Automatically

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SUM4JVM Tool Verifies Java-Based, Multi-Threaded Software Reliability

Thinking Software Inc. brings the software industry the ability to diagnose and troubleshoot concurrency issues automatically. Via dynamic analysis, Thinking Software’s flagship product, SUM4JVM, pinpoints the root-cause of every race condition and deadlock experienced by Java-based applications with 0% false positive results.

Such real-time insight allows the reliability of target software applications to increase perpetually across development, test, and production phases. Thinking Software is pleased to announce special introductory pricing of just $99 per year for a workstation license suited for development and Q/A Engineers. Cloud-based applications may be monitored in test and production for just $5 per server, per month. Analysis is available free of charge for any verified open source application.

SUM4JVM represents the first comprehensive solution to mitigate java threading issues, a reliability pain point wreaking havoc on modern applications. To provision SUM4JVM today, please visit: For enterprise sales, please contact Daniel Shapiro at 408.963.8342 or daniel(at)thinkingsoftware(dot)com.

About Thinking Software, Inc.
Thinking Software, Inc. provides the industry's leading solution to automatically pinpoint concurrency defects in multi-threaded JVM applications with 0% false positive results. Headquartered in Cupertino, CA, the company offers code reliability services for any application running in JVM, i.e., Java, Jruby, Jython, and 50+ implementations of 28 programming languages. Thinking Software, Inc. provides solutions for software developers, vendors, users, cloud platforms, data centers and stand-alone machines. For more information about this press release, please call Angela Wimmers at (408) 821-7982 or visit .

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